(Prices are listed in Eastern Caribbean Dollars)
This 1 acre lot is located in the hillside of Cuba Road, Mero. The property is perfect for someone who wants to invest in a small villa, guest house, or even a school with the Justin Fadipe Medical Center in close proximity. Which is the only hospital in the western district of Dominica. The property is square shaped for maximum usage of all portions of the lot, it boundaries with the secondary road for easy access.
This lot is perfect for the modern social distancing lifestyle which is now being implemented globally. Not too far from the most essential commodities of life and yet well situated for a private lifestyle.
Property can be totally fenced with a perfect scenery of the west coast sunset and Mero village itself.
Located between the communities of St. Joseph and Salisbury Mero is a well known popular village on the west coast of Dominica and widely know as a tourism destination for its wide view black sand beach, and tranquility.
This land for sale at Cuba Road, Mero is approximately 1.5 miles from the peaceful fishing and farming community of Mero and the island’s main highway. The land is just a few minutes’ drive from a private hospital and the touristic Mero Beach. Amenities such as shops, restaurants, guesthouses, bars and churches are available within the village of Mero. The neighboring communities of St. Joseph and Salisbury (each under a 5-minute drive away) provide additional amenities such as fire and ambulance service, schools, diving, credit unions, gas station, and health center.
The capital city of Roseau with all the essential social services and public amenities is 12 miles/29-minutes’ drive from the community and the second town of Portsmouth is 15.4 miles/30-minutes’ drive away.
This land is an escape to a beautiful, private, uncontaminated and peaceful environment.
For further details, contact Mr. Waldron at telephone number (767) 316 5050 or email: email@example.com.
IMPORTANT ADVISORY: Before any person purchases real estate in Dominica, the Physical Planning Division should be consulted to find out if the property is part of an approved subdivision, if applicable, or if their intended use of the property conforms to the official land use and development plan for the area. Visit the Physical Planning Division website for guidance.